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FAQ

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What is the difference between the room types? 
All villas comprise of a combined living and sleeping area. 
There are no connecting rooms. All bathrooms at SriLanta feature a cold/hot water shower, but no hot water over the sink. 

The Veranda villas are our standard room type. The villas are all scattered over the hillside. These Thai style villas have a minimalist design and feature a balcony with outdoor seating. The villas have shutter-style walls, which can be completely opened to allow full airflow. 

The Plantation villas feature open-plan bathrooms with a bathtub. The villas are located on the hillside around a 3 minute walk from the beach. The villas are all enclosed largely by glass.
(a club car is available for guests between 6am and 11pm daily)

The Star Path villas have a veranda on which there is a gazebo. These rooms are located on the hill top with views over the tree tops and ocean (4-5 minutes’ walk from the beach)

Mandara A is located on the hillside and has a small living area, a balcony with outdoor seats and two bathrooms (one bathtub). Great for a small family.

Mandara B is larger than Mandara A with two bedrooms, a living area, balcony and two bathrooms and one bathtub. Perfect for a family.

The Myth apartments are located in a 3 story complex ‘4 minutes’ walk from the beach front (a club car is available between 6am and 11pm daily)

The Beach House is the only two rooms located on the beach front. They consist of a small kitchenette, 1 bathroom with a bathtub, 1 twin bedroom and one double bedroom. There is a veranda will glorious views over the ocean in the Upper Beach House. The Lower Beach House has direct access to the beach. 


Are the rooms located by the beach? 
The communal guest facilities such as our two restaurants and our bar, swimming pools, beach massage, Yoga Sala and lawn are at the beachfront. The villas sit on a hillside split by winding, at places steep paths, with a beach road separating the two areas. 

What are the main villa amenities? 
In line with the resort's Zen-style concept, the interior of the Veranda & Plantation villas are simple but comfortable. There is air-conditioning and a telephone, flat screen TV’s with a USB movie stick. Apart from the single or twin beds, the villa features a compact low-table sitting area, a cabinet and a mini bar. Various Thai-style decorative items create an atmosphere that makes SriLanta’s villas unique. 

Does the resort provide a baby cot? 
There are baby cots available free of charge. An extra bed for a child (4 – 11 years) will be provided on request at a surcharge of Baht 500 per night. For adults (12 years and up) the surcharge is 1,000 Baht). Veranda and Plantations rooms are just over 42 square meters in size therefore we allow only one extra bed per room. 

Does the resort accept foreign currency and/or traveler's cheques? 
Payments can be made in Thai Baht or by credit card. The resort does not accept travelers’ cheques or foreign currencies. 

Which credit cards do you accept? 
The resort accepts Visa, Union Pay, MasterCard and Amex. 

Is there an in-room safe? 
All rooms contain their own safety box where you can deposit your valuable belongings. 

Can you travel to the resort by car? 
One ferry crossings separates Koh Lanta from the mainland. There is a car ferry* from Ban Hua Hin (Pier) on the Krabi mainland to Koh Lanta Noi and then a new bridge that connects to Koh Lanta Yai (Baan Saladan), where the resort is located approx 13 km. from Saladan.
*This ferry operates from 6am to 10pm daily. 
from Krabi Town: 102 km. / 3200.-THB/car/way *maximum 3 persons
from Krabi International Airport: 90 km. / 2900.-THB/car/way *maximum 3 persons
from Saladan Pier: 13 km. / 300.-THB/ up to 2 persons one way

Are there any places of interest on Koh Lanta? 
The southern part of the island, with the landmark lighthouse, is part of a national Park with virgin rainforest. Lanta Town, the old capital town with 80-100 years old wooden houses and shop houses is worth visiting as well as Ban Saladan, a commercial town on the northern point of the island with various shops, travel agents, dive shops and restaurants. Halfway on the north-south route of the island is the Mai Kaeo Cave system. 

Does the resort organize tours and trips? 
There is a tour counter in the resort where arrangements can be made for snorkeling, diving and adventure trips to surrounding islands and the thrilling underwater world.

Does the resort have activites for guests? 
There is a volley ball net, badminton and free kayaks for guests to use. SriLanta also offers guests motorbikes to rent and can arrange car and bicycle rentals.  

 What to expect? 
SriLanta is not a luxurious resort; it is best suited to those who enjoy a touch of nature and the experience of something different.
“Where nature rather than luxury awakens the senses”
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